Cath Sweeting at Pocklington Prep School talks about how Prep School pupils and teachers have adapted to a new way of teaching during lockdown.
On Monday 8th June, World Ocean Day brought a wave of activities for the children at Pocklington Prep.
Following the killing of George Floyd and the ensuing global protests, we at Pocklington School are issuing a statement that rejects racism in all forms, reflects on what we have done so far and looks to the future as to how we will do more.
We will be welcoming back our international boarding students from the 22nd August. The safety and wellbeing of our staff and students is our foremost concern at this time.
Over the last ten weeks we have witnessed turbulent, humbling and touching times including the global outrage to the killing of George Floyd. Headmaster Toby Seth talks about how the Pocklington Community will adapt, change and learn from these experiences.
Year 2 would normally have a visit from Forest Quest just before half term, they would have lit fires, cooked tea and camped out or in. For obvious reasons, this wasn’t possible at school this year, however, the pupils made up for it during half term!